If you’re planning to do some painting around the house, it will probably be on drywall. Used worldwide as the standard finishing material for interior walls, drywall’s inner core is made of gypsum plaster with a heavy paper cover that attaches to your wall’s frames, covering the insulation, wiring, and plumbing.
CalFinder’s extensive series of drywall articles cover everything from installation to repair. This section, however, is exclusively dedicated to the most fun and cost-effective part of the process: painting. It’s also the step that ultimately brings the vision of the home together. So, now that you’ve made those unsightly holes disappear, find out how to prime your drywall and create many different looks with paint. Your eyes will thank you!
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